Global Crop Insurance Market Landscape Analysed & Forecast by Daedal Research in Topical Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
21 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The world crop insurance market followed an upward trend during the past few years, driven primarily by the rising demand for food and also by expanding food availability and flexibility. Wheat, rice, soya beans, peanuts, sunflower, cotton, dry edible beans, potatoes remain the most in-demand food due to its easy availability.
Growth in the global crop insurance market is spurred by the rising agricultural insurance premium from India, Thailand and China, by North America with its revenue-based crop insurance and by rising insurance penetration across the developing regions.
The APAC and European regions are recognized as mature markets for crop protection with high penetration rates; these regional markets offer comprehensive risk coverage for local farmers. The success of the crop protection industry in the developing countries (for instance India and China) is achieved due to public support granted through reinsurance or premium subsidies.
Research report “Global Crop Insurance Market: Trends and Opportunities (2015-2019)” worked out by Daedal Research delves into the current situation in the market, reviews the recent changes and points out possible future trends in the global crop insurance market. The report thoroughly analyses the market dynamics, providing details on the market growth opportunities, challenges, drivers and restraints. The study uncovers updated statistics on the worldwide crop insurance market performance, investigates the competitive landscape, offers profiles of the dominant companies (Lloyd’s, PICC, The New India Assurance and AIC) with descriptions of their business, finance structures and future strategies. Additionally, the report gives forecasts for the global crop insurance market development up to 2019.
Global Crop Insurance Market: Trends and Opportunities (2015-2019)
Published: July, 2015
Price: US$ 800.00
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